DAC 2008: IC Compiler Videos 

This DAC 2008 event provided an opportunity for members of the electronic design community to learn more about customer design successes with IC Compiler. The event drew a capacity crowd as guest speakers from ARM, Intel, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, and Toshiba shared their experiences from a variety of high-end designs utilizing the latest technology advances in IC Compiler: Concurrent Hierarchical Design, MinChip technology, DFM and IC Compiler’s new Zroute routing technology.    »Event Summary

ARM, Ltd.
ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore Multi-core Processor Hierarchical Implementation with IC Compiler
Philip Watson, Implementation Environment Program Manager

Learn how ARM utilized IC Compiler’s concurrent hierarchical design for multi-core implementation, driving better performance as well as better throughput.

Intel Corp.
IC Compiler: Routing and Design for Manufacturability (DFM)
Raj Varada, Principal Engineer

IC Compiler uses concurrent optimization techniques to simultaneously consider the impact of manufacturing rules, timing, and other design goals for high QoR and improved manufacturability. Learn how Intel IC designers are using IC Compiler to tackle DFM challenges during the design flow.

Automatic Block Size Reduction with IC Compiler MinChip Technology
Naveen Raina, Technical Specialist

IC Compiler reduces runtime and memory while delivering hand-craft-quality macro placement, MinChip die size reduction, clock tree synthesis, skew optimization, clock-gate merging, and more. STMicroelectronics achieved a huge reduction in die-size with a runtime of only 4 to 6 hours!

Toshiba Corp.
Concurrent Hierarchical Design with IC Compiler, Real Life Application on Mobile Multi-Media Processor
Mutsunori Igarashi, Chief Specialist, Design Methodology Development

IC Compiler offers the industry’s first concurrent hierarchical design system that delivers a high degree of automation combined with high-quality optimization. Learn more about the results Toshiba achieved with the latest advances in IC Compiler.

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